Sydserff"s treatise on bees being the result of upwards of thirty years experience. ... By R. Sydserff, ... by Robert Sydserff

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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 2545, no. 1.
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A Treatise on the Management of Bees; wherein is contained the Natural History of those Insects; With the various Methods of cultivating them, both Ancient and Modern, and the improved Treatment of them.

To which are added, The Natural History of Wasps and Hornets, and the Means of destroying them. Wildman, Thomas. A Treatise on the Management of Bees. Thomas Wildman. author, and sold, Thomas Wildman's book has been quoted frequently by many later writers of books on beekeeping.

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Townley, Edward. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. A Practical Treatise on Humanity to Honey Bees by Edward Townley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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Christian Isobel. The practical bee-master: in which will be shewn how to manage bees either in straw hives or in boxes with more ease, safety, and profit, than by any method hitherto made public interspersed with occasional strictures on Mr.

Thomas Wildman's Treatise on bees. In the year there was published a little book written by me entitled “A Year Among the Bees.” In it was enlarged and appeared under the title “Forty Years Among the Bees.” In preparation for the present edition I undertook the revision with little thought of the number of changes to he made or the number of pages to be added in.

The Bee-Keeper's Text-Book: or Facts in Bee Keeping; With Alphabetical Index, Being a Complete Reference Book on All Practical Subjects Connected with the Culture of the Honey Bee in Both Common and Movable-Comb Hives, Giving Minute Directions for the Management of Bees in Every Month of the Year, and Illustrating the Nucleus System of Swarming.

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Author Wildman, Thomas Book condition Used Quantity available 1 Edition 1st. Binding Hardcover Publisher London. Date published Keywords wildman bees Size 4to.

London, Henrie Bynneman, THIRD EDITION of Hill's treatise on bee-keeping, The first printed work on bees in English, pages on bees followed by 2 other works.

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The book was originally published in It was a follow-up to a book he had written in entitled The Practical Bee-master in which he had recommended the use of wooden hives and suggested methods of removing the honey from the hives without killing the bees, as was the practice at the time.

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